2M I K O by Lady Light Sakurai Rei and Ryu; Minami Ai and Hana; Mizugami Hinata and Hikari join thier spiritual and unique powers to defend thier home and keep an ominous prophecy from being fulfilled. Besides the supernatural, they must also deal w/school drama in thier lives.
Fiction: Manga, K+, English, Adventure & Drama, words: 1k+, favs: 1, 8/19/2005
2Emo Chemistry by Nervous Neuron A collection of poems that only a science geek can appreciate.
Poetry: Life, K+, English, Angst & Humor, words: 185, favs: 2, 4/17/2005
32I know now that God Must Exist by logical-unreason A collection of small arguments that prove without doubt God does exist.
Fiction: Essay, K+, English, Humor & Parody, words: 780, favs: 5, 12/20/2004
3See Spot by Feral Hunger Anti-conformity overtones, based around the simple children's book.
Poetry: General, K, English, words: 72, favs: 1, 9/16/2004
21Life Sucks by tati-tenshi This may be a trigger. I wrote this as a speech, but I'm not ready to face more ridicule from my peers concerning my opinions, so I give it to you to review. Contemplates the problems of suicide, depression, and cutting. No flamers please...
Fiction: Essay, T, English, Angst & Drama, words: 1k+, favs: 6, follows: 1, 1/24/2004
2Poetry O' the Soul's Last Breath by Sokoura Today is the beginning of Eternity...Walk through the life of Femora lupine Sokoura. Seek out her possessors, her captors, and, all in all, her one true dream. This book is not yet truly rated.
Fiction: Fantasy, K, English, words: 317, favs: 1, 10/5/2003
4Truth's Undead » by Repos pas esprit Born a necromancer, Truth is a killer of those undead. Stubbon and skillfull- she protects the living. She is as restless as the evil embedded in the souless bodies of those dead, yet animate...
Fiction: Fantasy, T, English, Fantasy & Supernatural, chapters: 2, words: 1k+, favs: 1, updated: 8/17/2003 published: 7/28/2003
69Gothycke Poetrye Frome A Torturede Soule by RainbowTerrorist Pure parody. I've had several goths find this amusing, but if you're a goth who cannot laugh at the gothic stereotype, you might get offended. And depressed. And slash your wrists. And die.
Poetry: General, T, English, Humor, words: 449, favs: 17, 6/2/2002